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♪ vote for candidates up and down the ticket. god bless the united states of america! >> i accept your nomination. my running mate, turned a long shot campaign into a movement. ♪ we will make america strong again. we will make america proud again. we will make america safe again. and we will make america great again! god bless you and good note. i love you! (cheers and applause). >> republican presidential nominee donald trump taking the
stage at tonight's climb max of the republican national convention. he doesn't have reputation for holding back ton night well not so different. and here's life look at the quicken loans rona in cleveland. people still there as this whole thing wrapped up about an hour ago. tonight was memorable end to a truly memorable week. good evening and thanks for joining us for this you decide special. i'm iain page. >> i'm lucy noland. grand finale for the grand old party. fourth and final day theme make american one again focusing on unity and leadership. another jam packed line up speakers on the stage a lot of interest centered on ivanka trump would say before she introduced her father. we'll hear from her in a moment the headliner of the night and week newly minted presidential nominee donald trump. >> i could not be more proud tonight to present to you and to all of america, my father and our next president, donald j.
trump! >> friends, delegates, and fellow americans, i humbly and great physical accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states! america is far less safe and the world is far less stable than when obama made the decision to put hillary clinton in charge of america's foreign policy. the most important difference between our plan and that of our opponent' social security that our plan will put america first.
to all americans tonight, in all of our cities and in all of our towns, i make this promise. we had make america strong aga again. >> yes! >> we will make america proud again. yes! >> we will make america safe again. >> yes! >> and we will make america great again! god bless you and good night. i love you! donald trump speech the marquis event in week that's been roller coaster of emotion and controversy. >> fox 29's bruce gordon reports from cleveland night on four days that well or better or worse go down in history. >> reporter: wrap against national political conventions they are two predictable scripted down to the last detail. when the nominee is a reality tv star, that script can often go right out the window.
predictions were that donald trump's views on illegal immigration and other issues would spur massive demonstrations and mass arrests even the possibility of violen violence. there were protests but nothing massive mostly peaceful and there were few arrests. only things went as smoothly inside the convention hall. >> my wife an aing mother and incredible woman millennia tru trump. >> there was the speech by milan ya portions of swiped from 2008 michelle obama speech. >> because we want our children in this nation to know that the only limit to your chief manies is the strength of your dreams and your willingness to work for them. >> clumsy attempts to explain the plagiarism, dragged the story out. >> just in time for a ted cruz missile to hit.
texas senator still smarting from nasty personal attacks made boy trump during primary season offered a tepid acknowledgment of trump's party victory. >> i want to congratulate donald trump on winning the nomination last night. >> but pointedly did not endorse the winner. then blasted trump in comments made the neck morning. >> trump ignored the controversies in his widely anticipated acceptance speech blasting hillary clinton for her item permit and track record and promising law and order a crack down on illegal immigration and all out war on isis. as for those who doubt him -- >> all of the people telling you, you can't have the country you want are the same people that wouldn't stand i mean they said trump doesn't have chance of being here tonight. not chance. >> donald trump is of course
first and for most a businessm businessman. so in that context we ask, can he sell voters on his vision for america? stay tuned. see in you philly. i'm bruce gordon, fox 29 news in chief land. while donald trump head lined the r inform c lot of folks looking forward to hearing what his eldest daughter would say. ivanka trump took the stage just past 10:00 to introduce her father she developed a reputation as one of her father's most trusted advisers and most effective spokesperson. she remembered her childhood and remembers the truman running for president. >> in the same officer in trump tower where we now work together i remember playing on the floor by my father's desk constructing miniature buildings with legos and erector sets, while he did the same with concrete, steal and glass. my father taught my siblings and me the importance of positive values and a strong ethical
compass. he showed us how to be resilie resilient, how to deal with challenges, and how to strive for excellence in all that we do. he taught us that there's nothing we cannot accomplish if we marry vision and passion with an enduring worth he can thick. >> ivanka trump said her father always been color blind and gender neutral in business and pointed out that he employs more female executives than male. meanwhile the protests continued today in chief land. one religious group drew a large crowd and big police presence. >> group members gathered at a public park in cleveland this afternoon. they had vaguely pro trump message mostly against gays blacks and moran dom targets. police were mostly able to keep the peace and prevent violence from break out. some bystanders say they were not offensed by the demonstrations while some locals felt otherwise. >> kindergarten rule for me.
keep your hands and feet to yourself and we are in america. they have right to say what they want to say. >> this is what nobody needs. you don't need to be insight to do start -- you got to start working on problems then trying to divide us. this does not but divide. >> protests have been low key. local police say they arrested two dozen people from minor offenses. right from the republican national convention backyard democrats are bashing the way rifles are characterizing hillary clinton. >> this as the democratic vice-presidential watch and wait continues fox's mike emmanuel has the latest. what they're coming out and doing has nothing to do with the contest of ideas and values. report roar harsh words from steadfast hillary clinton supporter and possible vice-presidential tick from calling clinton liar to looking her to lucifer new jersey senator corey booker fired back over the way republicans are portraying the democrat's presumptive nominee. >> i wish i saw people when people were standing up to verbally stone a woman that
somebody would have stood up and said, hey, look at yourself first. >> when asked about the possibility of a clinton booker tick, the former football player punted. >> i'm happy to do what the coach asks me to do. >> tim kaine possible running mate. the virginia senator isn't looking for another job but he did take jabs at trump after trump suggested he would set conditions before safeguarding nato allies. >> i was stunned. is the new rule that the treaties aren't even worth the paper that they're written on? >> as republicans put a bow on their convention attention shifts to the city of brotherly love. philadelphia police force of 6,000 strong is putting the finishing touches on security measures as more than a dozen groups have applied for protest permits including bernie sanders supporters. >> anybody who guarantees that you nothing will happy is a fool. always a risk. but in this case i think it's minimum risk. >> reporter: in an effort to keep her party going hillary
clinton will hold rally in philadelphia the day after she officially accepts the democratic nomination. in sterling, virginia, mike emmanuel, fox news. despite lot of protests things remained low key in cleveland streets this week. some philadelphia police officers are there taking notes before next week's dnc. the lessons they're learning. along with pennsylvania florida proven to be pivotal in past presidential elections. something that's been happening slowly over the past four years bringing a big surprise in november. >> another look at the climatic balloon drop tonight at the rnc. donald trump and governor pence celebrating their nominations and promising to win the race for the presidency this novemb november. we are back in a moment.
consequence. >> donald trump mentioning pennsylvania in his acceptance speech tonight at the rnc. as nation awaited donald trump's acceptance speech, security concerns remain very high. >> some philadelphia police officers made the trip to cleveland for a recon mission ahead of next week's dnc our bruce gordon has that story. >> reporter: cleveland's public square is quiet on this midday. but there's been plenty of action in and around the square this week. these philly cops four undercover special unit sergeants an captain in charge of venue security at the wells fargo center are here taking notes. captain frank milillo is the man in charge. >> the department wants to ensure that we don't leave nothing out, and to see what we can learn from cleveland. >> reporter: philly cops have notice add number protesters here far fewer than anticipated. arrests are a tiny traction of what had been feared. milillo says there's a tiny
fraction of the otherwise well behaved groups to watch out for. >> some go rogue and have an intention to cause disruption and trouble. >> move back! move back! >> reporter: cleveland police used newly purchased bikes to good effect captain milillo bikes have been part of the philly police tool kit for years and will be again next week. >> we always use our mounted patrol in the back in case we need. to we want to get people out there in front. >> face to face eye level. >> face to face to show, get that human aspect part of it. >> reporter: cleveland police have called in reinforcements from all over the nation to create a massive presence that may well have tamed down the violence. he says philly will get help from the pennsylvania state police and the feds but will otherwise go it alone. there will be plenty of cops on the streets of philadelphia but as in cleveland the goal will be to interact with the public, to create conversation, not provocation. >> we don't want to look like
we're at a standoff with the community which we're not. >> captain milillo cautiously on the mystic about the number of arrests in cleveland this week and about the relatively low key nature of the protests. gop delegates booed him off the stage in cleveland last night but today defiant senator ted cruz says he's no survival puppy. >> cruz will not cave to criticism for not endorsing donald trump. angry convention delegates are pro dicking ted cruz committed political suicide by accepting a prime time speaking plot to you were republicans to vote your conscious. cruz told trump he wasn't going to endorse him ahead of time. trump said no problem. >> the senator was trump's top opponent during primary season. trump lobbing not only crude insults at cruz'ss wife but trying time complicate his father into the social security nation of president ken did he. >> i said at the time and i'm not going get into criticizing
or attacking donald trump but i'll give you this response. i am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father. >> senator cruz also today referenced his call for americans to vote their conscious and troubling that offended some in the audience. pennsylvania has proven to be a pivotal battleground state in last elections and florida gets that distinction as well. >> could demographic shift is the sunshine state created a new roadblock for republicans. >> reporter: florida was the star of tonight's show. >> florida i love you. >> reporter: my name is rick scott governor of the great start of in order! >> it's 29 electoral votes could very well determine who is standing on the big stage in january. >> november 8 is a day of reckoning. >> reporter: consider this. the last republican to win florida george w. bush won the state by five points in 2004 with 56% support from latinos.
eight years later though barack obama won the state by a single point. but latinos swung to support him 60% to 39. albert is of cuban decent and hasn't voted for republican since george w. and george w. campaigned on path to citizenship and support of bilingual education. >> i don't think the party is anything. i think it's dead. >> reporter: recent national poll of latinos by nbc tell monday dough shows clinton leading trump 76 to 14. >> we are going build a wall. it will be a real wall. >> reporter: trump's approval rating lung latinos stands at only 11%. >> while we're in this nation we should be speaking english. >> reporter: tampa resident corrina santana has mexican ancestors voted for republican presidential candidates but won't be doing so this time. >> who else is he going to go after? he's already stated mexicans and he keeps adding more to his list.
it's sad to say that means i have no future here in the united states if he becomes president. >> reporter: just since 2012 left leaning center for american progress projects the latino electorate in florida to grow from 16-point 6% to 18-point 2%. on the other hand, the percentage of florida's white votevoters which romney won 66-7 has fallen from 66.7 to 64.5. just tenth ands of a point of a demographic shift could matter in a tight state. isabel stapleton is a latino swing voter who won't be supporting trump. >> this country was made out of immigrants and a lot of them have been here for years. where are you going to send them to. i'm an immigrant. >> despite demographics several recent polls have suggested clinton trump showdown could be close in florida. it has been quite a week. tonight we're looking at the top
♪ americans watching this address tonight have seen the recent images of violence in our streets, and the chaos in our communities. many have witnessed this violence personally. some have even been its victims. i have a message for all of you that crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon and i mean very soon come to an end. >> trump's big speech topping a long list of memorable moments from this weeks number two. number play the plagiarism scandal to threatened to drop out everything else that happened in cleveland trump's wife milan ya delivered a speech
couldn't taping portions identical to speech first made will he smell obama gave at the 2008dnc. here's a bit of that. >> we want our children in this nation to know that the only limit to your achievements is the strength of your dreams and your willingness to work for them. >> we want our children and all children in this nation to know that the only limits to the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work hard for them. >> trump staff writer eventually came forward to take the blame for recycling sections of the first lady's 2008 speech. and the number three moment. >> he looked stunned. senator ted cruz got booed off the stage in prime time. lat night he delivered a speech that mentioned trump once.
he suggested voters follow their conscious. the crowd as you can hear none too happy. here's number four. >> we must ask this question. hillary clinton as awful judge of the character of a dictator and butcher in the middle east, some she guilt or not guilty? >> guilty. >> new jersey governor chris christie turned quicken loans arena into a courtroom tuesday night. kicking off what he interprets to be the various crimes committed by hillary clinton and then letting the audience pass their verdict. there were chants of guilty every time. and finally, number five. >> ♪ >> and there he is. us know him as charles in charge. i would have gone with happy days i knew him as cha chi. it's been awhile since we've heard from scott baio were ended monday night when he took the stage. he is a big supporter of trump and he made that clear this
week. all righty. are you a harry potter fan perhaps? because maybe your in the fan of gop presidential nominee. >> new study from u penn found that potter readers usually have low opinions of donald trump readers part of the study did not identify with one political party over the other. penn study found that readers see trump as similar to have you had march the iconic series villain but author j.k. rowling said trump is far worse than sold march. if there you go. >> i think it's interestin intet they actually, you know, did a study on that. >> so it was very interesting listening to drum top night because he said that on june 16th he started this journey and who would have believed this would have happened. i think that he is joined boy lost people on that amazing.
i greatfully accept your nom nation. >> donald trump formally accepting the republican nomination and yes says he is ready to be president of the you had of america. and his daughter ivanka trump stepping on stage last night what she says her father has been doing in business for years before it was even socially acceptable. rolling out the red, white and blue carpet all eyes are on our city for next week democratic national convention, cool events you can attend this weekend. and a man brutally beaten find courage to speak out against his attacker, yes says he forgives the men who robs him. extreme temperatures expect today and in the weekend. when we can expect highest